Meshy Communications Inc.
Marketing strategist and designer with an interest in all things social. Recently launched Meshy Communications to help organizations figure out how to market in the mesh.
August 12, 2012
Social media is a major tool in the modern-day politician’s arsenal. It provides an opportunity to connect with voters on a one-to-one basis without the need to walk for hours around the neighborhood... Provided here are some tips for the social media newbie politicians. If your local politician does not ‘get it’ yet, please be sure to mail them a link to this article.
September 25, 2011
"For businesses you need to not just keep track of your circles individually but you need a way to track your circles over the course of a relationships and across a number of different tools. Trying to do this in your head or on a napkin will be an impossible task."
September 24, 2011
"How does your behavior change now that you’re dealing with friends? Would you phone your friend up at 2 a.m. to offer your 50% off sale? Would you spam them? Would you flood their wall with news of your impending sale? I hope the answer is a resounding no to all of the above."
September 23, 2011
"One of the things I immediately noticed was that Facebook is going to become way more visual. It feels a bit like Flipboard. Your profile is going to have a large photo area that you can update (as opposed to just the small profile photo). This will allow you greater opportunity for branding and generally just making things more visually interesting. Again, photos are going to really matter. What do you think? Do you like it? Love it? Want some m"
September 23, 2011
"What’s intriguing about these ‘circles of friends’ is social media sites are now starting to realize the value and potential of segmenting groups like this. For example, Google+ offers the ability to organize relationships using the same segmentation principles and Facebook just released a similar feature where you could choose to update your status targeted at specific circles."